This Makes Me Sick | ASP Badass Diary from Hell

I saw this on another blog and thought it quite humorous, below is the
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This Makes Me Sick | ASP Badass Diary from Hell.

Today while walking back from a discussion group about vampirism I saw something that blew my mind and filled me with rage.

I saw a bird.

Eating a worm.

I’ve heard about this phenomenon in books, plays, and rap music, but I’ve never actually seen it happen. What the hell, bird? I glared at him indignantly. Why do you eat that worm? Just because cultural norms dictate that you, as a bird, are highly interested in worms, doesn’t mean that you are obligated to do so. You know what you are, bird? A walking stereotype.

By reinforcing assumptions about the behavior of birds, you are making it even more difficult for your bird brethren to break through the social barriers and make their own destiny. It’s because of you there are no sparrows in college.

Unfortunately, the bird was not receptive. He merely stared at me with a vacant expression that screamed, “This is all I know.”

The worm was also silent.


7 thoughts on “This Makes Me Sick | ASP Badass Diary from Hell

  1. nectarfizz says:

    Yes, I understand..this is one of “Our” type of people! Welcome brethren!

  2. Bryan says:

    I think you may have forgotten to include the references. I’m interested in reviewing the books, plays, and rap music that address the great “birds eating worms” controversy.

    But I ask you, if the bird doesn’t eat worms, what does it eat? Grass? Grass is a living thing. Does it have less rights than the worm?

  3. Matt says:

    Bryan, the rap is a bird thing, they rap above the earth and the worms come up. It’s tragic.

    I think the worms should paint themselves green, the birds will just think it’s another hyperactive plant and move on to the crunchy-elastic-but-pretty-damn-tasty bug they were saving for later. If you’re going to be a worm, at least be green friendly, right? And erm, don’t always take the rap.

    Until the birds take their obligation to aid worm kind seriously, civil rights for worms will always be an underground issue.

  4. nectarfizz says:

    I’m for all rights for all–um…beings..but seriously, something that poos out both ends (that means they poo out their mouth) is not, in my opinion, all that tasty to begin with.

  5. nectarfizz says:

    I know I sound terribly anti-worm here..but I am simply stating the fact that worms are not very tasty, thus, this can be used to aid them.

  6. Matt says:

    “But, if worms are not very tasty to begin with then, isn’t that another reason to stop the senseless slaughter and persecution? The rate things are going, soon they’ll be NO worms left, yes, think of that a wormless world, with flocks of birds roaming the streets, rapping. Nobody takes this problem seriously!”

    Not my words, but taken from a worm I met in the garden, sunbathing, that I cut in half (to help double the population)

  7. nectarfizz says:

    Think on this also, worms aerate the soil allowing flowers to grow..if not for the worms steady diet of dirt, we would have no trees for little birds to nest in!

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